A driver who knocked over and killed a pedestrian will not be prosecuted.
Mr Campbell, who killed Jaye Bloomfield on a pedestrian crossing as he drove at 49mph in a 30mph zone, will not be prosecuted as an “unofficial” speed sign was used.
A red ‘unofficial’ speed sign had been placed, which Mr Campbell had not seen.
This technicality means that no charges could be brought against Mr Campbell, who would have faced up to 14 years in custody had he been convicted of death by dangerous driving.
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